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Fulcrum Design, LLC is a boutique interactive technology and consulting firm, specializing in custom software development for interactive sms and voice messaging. Our client-centered approach leverages efficiency through simplicity for the end user, thus increasing customer engagement through smart design.  We go beyond code by collaborating with our client’s to develop new and innovative solutions that disrupt the market resulting in a true competitive advantage.

Over the past 15 years we have earned a reputation as a high-quality dynamic software development firm providing outstanding customer support and consulting services. To every project, we bring a combination of technical expertise and strategic management.  Achieving our clients’ business goals is how we measure our success. Headquartered in Central Connecticut, Fulcrum Design serves a board sector including start ups, higher education, restaurants, healthcare providers and back end developers for marketing firms seeking an interactive digital marketing channel.
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Fulcrum Design is most noted for developing one of the first restaurant text pager system, Mobile Matradee®, which is now used by national restaurant groups such as Dave & Busters and Top Golf USA. As a result of Mobile Matradee’s success, we developed Queue Mobile® integrating SMS technology to create virtual waiting line management solutions. Queue Mobile® has been successfully adapted for higher education, courthouses, retailers and event promoters.
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Software Project Introduction

1.1 Purpose

[This subsection of the Project Implementation Plan describes the purpose of the plan and identifies the system to be implemented.]

1.2 System Overview

[This subsection of the Project Implementation Plan provides a description of the system to be implemented and its organization.]

1.2.1 System Description

[This subsection of the Project Implementation Plan provides an overview of the processes the system is intended to support. If the system is a database, provide a description of the type of data maintained, sources and uses of that data. Include any identification numbers, titles, abbreviations, version numbers and release numbers to describe the system. ]

1.2.2 Assumptions and Constraints

[This subsection of the Project Implementation Plan describes the assumptions made regarding the development and execution of this document as well as the applicable constraints.  Some items to consider when identifying the assumptions and constraints are:

  • Schedule
  • Budget
  • Resource availability and skill sets,
  • Software and other technology to be reused or purchased,
  • Constraints associated with product interfaces ]

1.2.3 System Organization

[This subsection of the Project Implementation Plan provides a description of the system structure and the major system components essential to its implementation. It should describe both hardware and software, as appropriate. Charts, diagrams, and graphics may be included as necessary to provide a clear picture of the system.]

 2.3 Major Tasks

[This subsection of the Project Implementation Plan provides descriptions of the major system implementation tasks. Add as many subsections as necessary to this subsection to describe all the major tasks. The tasks described in this subsection are not site-specific, but generic or overall project tasks that are required to install hardware, software, and databases, prepare data, and validate the system

If several implementation approaches are being reviewed, then identify the advantages, disadvantages, risks, issues, estimated time frames, and estimated resource requirements for each option considered. These options could include:

 

  • Incremental implementation or phased approach
  • Parallel execution
  • One-time conversion and switchover
  • Any combinations of the above.

2.3 Major Tasks

[This subsection of the Project Implementation Plan provides descriptions of the major system implementation tasks. Add as many subsections as necessary to this subsection to describe all the major tasks. The tasks described in this subsection are not site-specific, but generic or overall project tasks that are required to install hardware, software, and databases, prepare data, and validate the system

 

If several implementation approaches are being reviewed, then identify the advantages, disadvantages, risks, issues, estimated time frames, and estimated resource requirements for each option considered. These options could include:

 

  • Incremental implementation or phased approach
  • Parallel execution
  • One-time conversion and switchover
  • Any combinations of the above.

 

Include the following information for the description of each major task, if appropriate:

  • What the task will accomplish
  • Resources required to accomplish the task
  • Key person(s) responsible for the task
  • Criteria for successful completion of the task (e.g., “user acceptance”)

 

Examples of major tasks are the following:

  • Provide overall planning and coordination for the implementation
  • Provide appropriate training for personnel
  • Ensure that all manuals applicable to the implementation effort are available when needed
  • Provide all needed technical assistance
  • Schedule any special computer processing required for the implementation
  • Perform site surveys before implementation
  • Ensure that all prerequisites have been fulfilled before the implementation date
  • Provide personnel for the implementation team
  • Acquire special hardware or software
  • Perform data conversion before loading data into the system
  • Prepare site facilities for implementation

 

Consider addressing the changes that may be necessary once the system has been implemented. These changes may include, but are not limited to, personnel and technology equipment alignment, and contractor support.]

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